Flap Design for Basic Dento-Alveolar, Periodontal and Implant Surgery
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The abilities to design, raise, and close the flap are some of the basic steps called upon in the execution of a variety of surgical procedures. This presentation will focus on defining treatment objectives and then seeking flap design that best meet these objectives. Common topics such as basic biologically-driven surgical principles, clinical errors, proper armamentarium, tray set-up and assisting will also be reviewed. Flap design and execution for implant dentistry will be particularly emphasized.
1. Surgical armamentarium, including blade/handle/elevator types and sizes
2. Objective-driven flap design principles
3. Full-thickness and spit-thickness flaps
4. Placement of horizontal and vertical incisions
5. Tension-free flap closure as it inter-relates to flap design common errors in flap design and elevation and their prevention
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Wednesday September 28th, 2016, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
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